Kohlrabi - white

Kohlrabi - white

$3.50Price

A delicious addition to summer salads and slaws, kohlrabi is a member of the cabbage family. The whole plant is edible, leaves can be sauteed or added in stir-frys however, the base is most often used in cooking. The bulb tastes similar to that of broccoli stems and a texture similiar to potato. It is not a root vegetable, the bulb is actually the stem just above soil level which swells into a quite delicious vegetable. Best to peel it and then slice or chop into salads (raw), stir-frys or can be roasted.

Growing Info
Kohlrabi is a hardy biennial grown as an annual preferring rich, well-drained soil in full sun. Likes a lot of rotted compost mixed in. Plant this cool season crop in autumn and space 30cm between seedlings. Keep the water up, it likes a good drink which also prevents the bulb and stem becoming woody.

 

Basilea Living Herbs

Basilea Farm, Burpengary grows pesticide-free white kohlrabi seedlings, available locally in Brisbane and Moreton Bay, South East Queensland, Australia.

Pot Size 50mm

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    OPTION 1:
    Choose a local Brisbane stockist for collection from the list below.
    $8 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Friday
    Find stockist addresses & opening hours

    Annerley - Sam Coco Trading
    Aspley - T-Bones Food Market
    Chermside West - Rode Fresh
    Everton Park - Charlie's Fresh Fruit
    Kenmore - Kenmore Fresh
    Oxley - Blunder Road Country Market
    Paddington - Rosalie Gourmet Market
    Rothwell - Northside Discount Fruit Barn
    Samford Valley - Samford Valley Garden Centre
    West End - The Stores Grocer
    Windsor​ - Zone Fresh

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    $0 delivery fee
    Order by Wednesday each week, collect Saturday, 9am-10am only from Basilea Farm, 135 Hawthorn Road, Burpengary

     

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